This is a discussion on have i made a mistake? i ditched n1 for htc evo... within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by ezeddiekun If you have to money to afford it. It is definity worth it. It all comes down to if Sprint has ...
Make a list of things you really like in a phone, then make another list comparing features in which your new Evo shines, and positive aspects of the N1. Do you like frequent software updates? Is battery important to you? 4G speed? Camera type? Looks? Hype? Etc...
Once you know what you truly like in a phone, you know you did (or did not) make a mistake The biggest mistake really is trying to get other people to make your decisions for you, especially in a forum where everybody is partial to a certain phone :D
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I always run my thought process by a few forums before making a decision...
Traitor! Off with your head! ;-) I'm not sure there's such a thing as a bad choice when it comes to the 2010 smartphones. A co-worker of mine got the SE Xperia x10 today (very nice phone) because he wanted the 8 megapixel camera. It's all about what you prefer.
Yes, and I fully agree with that, but point is he already bought the phone and then wants to know from "us" if he made a mistake... and I don't want him to feel bad because "we" are most likely to give a big, fat YES to that question :DI always run my thought process by a few forums before making a decision...
EDIT: I found this review http://www.zdnet.com/blog/apple/htc-...e-to-beat/7049 which I think might be rather unbiassed... enjoy I'm sure there are hundreds of reviews
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Like I said earlier...th PHONE is nice...very nice. Sprint sucks...and you will find that out soon enough...they are nickel-dimers, and unforgiving. TMO allows free tether (even when 3.5G arrives this year), whereas Sprint wants $30/mo more to tether, and you already know about the $10 premium for 4G...so just right there, TMO beats Sprint by $40/mo to include those services. But yeah..I'd entertain that phone, fersure.
Will be good to hear what your review is
I just went the other way (sprint to att for the N1)
att is 10 more for me and I dont have to spend another 5 for QUIK
Hopefully I did the right thing
So far Im happy
I wouldn't, but that's because Sprint doesn't have service where I live (Mendocino County, Northwestern California), they roam on U.S. Cellular and Verizon here.
That said, even if they did have service I probably wouldn't because of the fact it's Sprint